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The descendants of the Moore family

compiled by Betty Lou Finks
Finks, Betty Lou (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
[S.l.] : B.L. Finks, 1995
viii, 58, 5 p.

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Includes index.

Includes Coffman, Adair, Cole Curnutt, Holt, Kelley, Shaddox, Watkins families.

Willis Wilson Moore married Sara Margaret Thompson. They had 1 child, John Wilburn Moore, who was born 20 June 1835 in Sevier County, Tennessee. He married Mahala Melvina Burchfield on 22 July 1860 in Harrison, Boone County, Arizona. Mahala was born 15 August 1845 in Sevier County, Tennessee, the daughter of Eliza 'Burch' Burchfield and Synthia Long. John died 16 August 1893 in Gaither. Mahala died 12 October 1927 in Gaither. Both were buried in White Church Cemetery in Gaither, Boone County, Arkansas. They were parents to 14 children: Willis Wilson II, Mary Ellen, Cynthia Jane, Laura Melcenia, Malicia Adaline, Rhoda Ann, William Joseph, Martha Rosalie, Ida Frances, John Wilburn, Mahala Melvina, Eliga 'Burch' Burchfield, Leander Alonzo, and Arvin Floyd Moore. Descendants lived in mostly in Arkansas.

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